Training Seminar a Success

If you were one of the fortunate attendees at the FOI - MASIP “Hard-Core OSINT - Day I" full-day training event, hosted on 13 September 2019 by Madonna University, you already know that it was an unequivocal success. 
Organized by the Fraternal Order of Investigators (FOI) Michigan Chapter,  aggressively supported by MASIP and co-sponsored by ASIS Detroit, over 50 private entities and 14 law enforcement agencies sent representatives. All segments of the event were very well attended, with attendees coming from Michigan and six (6) other states. A review of post-Seminar Evaluation forms showed uniformly high reviews for the location, speakers, content and training.
In conjunction with FOI, we are already planning a “Day II” event for late January. This full-day training event, “Hard-Core OSINT - Day II - Structure and Exploitation of the Internet”, will again have limited seating. As before, this will be a training and networking “fusion” event, with attendees from the Private Investigation and Security communities, Law Enforcement, the Legal community and other allied professionals. Prior attendees and members of FOI, MASIP and co-sponsoring associations will have a priority sign up opportunity and significantly discounted rates. 

We hope that you will be able to attend. Details will be forthcoming soon. 

Three additional events are also being planned for our membership area: a full-day “Critical Skills for Investigative Professionals” event, a full-day “Critical Skills for Security Professionals” event and a two-hour “Beyond The Badge” seminar. 

For those members who were unable to participate on 13 September 2019, selected photographs of the event are provided below.



MASIP Works to Move Legislation

MASIP President Dale White, MASIP Legislative Chair Don Grant and Senator Booher testify before the Senate Regulatory Reform Committee on MASIP’s requested legislation Senate Bills 983 through Senate Bill 986

Presently the rules affecting the Private Security Business industry under PA-330 are outdated and seriously flawed with respect to public safety, public trust, and the duties that security guards and security guard agencies are employed to perform.